Author: Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro
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WINDHOEK - It is time that farmers from especially the communal areas of Otjozondjupa and Omaheke add their voice to two pertinent issues that has a direct bearing on farming, particularly animal husbandry. Is this time really ticking, and fast for that matter towards the Second National Land Conference with barely two weeks before the much anticipated Land Conference. WINDHOEK - The Omaheke region says ancestral land right claims must be considered and a detailed study on this subject conducted to pave way for land restitution. One cannot help but get the impression that to some, ancestral land rights is a contagious disease to avoid, shun and steer away from. OTJOMUISE- Kapeyakara ondaze kotjiveta posya mapemunika ayo kuna okandinina kokurwe ngwina komerihekeneno wozombara zOvaherero nOvambanderu novimbumba vyarwe vyopendje nohoromende ohunga nOmbongarero yOtjiwa¿a yEhi Oitjavari ndjimaihaama omweze mbumauyende omayuva tjiyeri 1-5. OTJOMUISE- Orukondua rwa Maheke marutha ehi rotjizeero makuso okuripurirwa nu wina pasere okutjitwa ongonÿono¿eno mehi rotjizeero okuka ondjira komayaruriro wehi koveni varo. WINDHOEK- With only six days before the Second National Land Conference, some of the affiliates of the Namibia National Farmers Union (NNFU) are still waiting for their farming umbrella body to show them and familiarise them with their position paper to the conference. WINDHOEK - Previously Disadvantaged Namibian (PDN) Commercial Farmers Union is disturbed by the silence shrouding the agenda of the upcoming Second National Land Conference regarding the Affirmative Action Loan Scheme (AALS) WINDHOEK - They may not necessarily have been between a rock and a hard place but hitherto they have been without a backbone to fall back on and a voice to represent their interests, being neither communal farmers in its strict sense nor fully fledged commercial farmers. WIDHOEK- Uetuuaneka Karumendu (Grade 8), Korokue Tjomuho (Grade 9), and Tujamee Tjinape (Grade 8), are the top performers of the Epukiro Junior Secondary School having obtained 43, 33 and 39 marks respectively in the August examinations. Is and has the land conference been on the right track and can it eventually produce the intended outcome and with the requisite input of all relevant stakeholders? WINDHOEK – Kaujeua, Muundjua, Katjiuongua, Shiimi, Kamburona, Geingos, Katangolo and Tjitjo.